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" The Carucata, which is also to be interpreted the plough-land, was as much arable as could be managed with one plough and the beasts belonging thereto in a year ; having meadow, pasture, and houses for the house-holders and cattle belonging to it... "
Geological Magazine - Page 79
edited by - 1879
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The history of the castle, town, and forest of Knaresborough; with Harrogate ...

Ely Hargrove - 1809
...carocate is, as much land as may be tilled and laboured with one plough, and the beasts belonging theieto, in a year; having meadow, pasture, and houses, for the householders and cattle. •madtfiy the ruthlesi and cruel Norman ; who, after tlic siege of York, in the year 1070, laid waste...
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Lancashire illustrated: from original drawings

S. Austin, William Henry Pyne - Art - 1831 - 104 pages
...with shrubs and foliage, • A corticate was as much arable land as could be tilled and managed by one plough, and the beasts belonging thereto, in a...houses for the householders and cattle belonging to it. — Kees" art Camcate. ENGLAND. 2 D that form a rich and tasteful foreground to the magnificent scene,...
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Lancashire illustrated, from drawings by S. Austin [and others] with ...

William Henry Pyne - 1831
...ornamented with shrubs and foliage, • A carucate was as much arable land as could be tilled and managed by one plough, and the beasts belonging thereto, in a...houses for the householders and cattle belonging to it. — Rees' b'nty. art. Carrucate. ENGLAND. 2 D that form a rich and tasteful foreground to the magnificent...
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Lancashire Illustrated, from Original Drawings

Thomas Allen - Drawing - 1832 - 112 pages
...occasion, the bridge over • A ca!-acute was as much arable land as could be tilled and managed by one plough, and the beasts belonging thereto, in a...houses for the householders and cattle belonging to it. — Reel' Ency. Q the Mersey was destroyed, and the rebels, with Prince Charles, were compelled to...
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Lancashire Illustrated

Thomas Allen - Drawing - 1832 - 112 pages
...land as could be tilled and managed by one plough, and the beasts belonging thereto, in a year; baring meadow, pasture, and houses for the householders and cattle belonging to it,— Rea' Ency. Q the Mersey was destroyed, and the rebels, with Prince Charles, were compelled to wade...
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A General Introduction to Domesday Book: Accompanied by Indexes of ..., Volume 1

Sir Henry Ellis - Domesday book - 1833
...dimid. hida siluce." The CARUCATA, which is also to be interpreted the plough-land, was as much arable as could be managed with one plough and the beasts...houses for the householders and cattle, belonging to it.4 The Cai Reg. Honor. Richm. ut supr. s " In Caplefore sunt. v. hidae Anglicae geld. 7 m. hidte...
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History and Antiquities of Foulsham: In Norfolk

Thomas Quarles - Foulsham (England) - 1842 - 164 pages
...acres even sometimes constituted a carucate. It was considered to be as much arable land as j:ould be managed with one plough and the beasts belonging...houses for the householders and cattle belonging to it. Whatever might have been the quantity intended to be expressed by it in respect to this parish, even...
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The History of the Town and Parish of Tetbury, in the County of Gloucester ...

Alfred Theophilus Lee - Tetbury (England) - 1857 - 320 pages
...was as much arable land as could be managed with one plough, and the beasts thereto belonging in one year, having meadow, pasture, and houses for the householders, and cattle belonging to it ; and Selden also is of the same opinion. The carucate was of Norman introduction, and usually in Domesday...
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Annals of Windsor, by R.R. Tighe and J.E. Davis, Volume 1

Robert Richard Tighe, James Edward Davis - 1858
...acres.3 The arable land in the king's demesne was one carucate, originally signifying as much arable as could be managed with one plough, and the beasts...for the householders, and cattle belonging to it. The precise quantity probably differed according to the nature of the soil, or the custom of the country....
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Domesday book; or, The great survey of England of William the conqueror, A.D ...

Domesday book - 1862
...of plough-land." " The Carucata, which is also to be interpreted the plough-land, was as much arable as could be managed with one plough and the beasts...houses for the house-holders and cattle belonging to it ;" and it appears that " the hide was the measure of land in the Confessor's reign, the carucate that...
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